Latest Issue: March 2015
Egypt orders Rafale, Sikorsky starts ground tests with the S-97 Raider, and maiden flights of the Embraer KC-390 and Dassault Falcon 8X.
Japan markets the Kawasaki P-1 to the UK, Malaysia’s A400M makes maiden fl ight and a new Air Force One
ICE COLD AT EGLIN AIR International’s Mark Ayton details the ongoing F-35 Lightning II climatic trials at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida
NEW BOMBER: INTERESTING, IN A NOT-SO-INTERESTING BUDGET PLAN? Robert F Dorr provides the latest stories from around the US Air Force.
F/A-XX, USS John F Kennedy and a new
LIVING IN AMERICA
AIR International’s Mark Ayton reports from Edwards Air Force Base, California, on the current activity of the UK’s F-35 Lightning II operational test squadron.
FOUR TRIALS, FOUR TYPHOONS, FOUR WORLD FIRSTS
AIR International’s Mark Ayton outlines recent Typhoon trials conducted by No.41(R) Squadron based at RAF Coningsby.
Guy Warner reviews the operational service of the RAF’s Tornado GR4 in the first of a two-part feature.
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
What has made Air New Zealand one of Asia-Pacific’s best-performing airlines? Nigel Pittaway finds out.
David C Isby looks at the evolution of the US Navy’s Super Hornet strike fighter and details upgrade programmes intended to enhance its capability.
Mark Broadbent discovers more about Bell’s new 525 twin-engine ‘super medium’ helicopter.
The Rafale omnirole fighter is flying in combat in Africa and in the Middle East, while Dassault Aviation tests new systems. By Henri-Pierre Grolleau.
THE ‘DESIGN FOR A DECADE’
Dominik Sipinski considers the changes the A350 will bring to Qatar Airways, the type’s first operator, and to the industry as a whole.
MODERNISING THE ALAT
Henri-Pierre Grolleau outlines the changes under way in French Army aviation.
Nigel Pittaway reviews Royal Australian Air Force missions against ISIL.
Production of the Il-114 is to resume. Piotr Butowski provides details.
TACTICAL TRAINING IN TEXAS
Arnaud Boxman and Kees van der Mark visited Fort Hood in Texas to witness how Dutch Apache and Chinook aircrews are trained.
The first operator of the Airbus Helicopters EC175 says the type is already proving its worth. By Mark Broadbent.
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